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Shoot: China’s Last Remaining Green Peafowl (Videos)

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In June 2017, Greenpeace East Asia uncovered illegal mining in the habitat of China’s last remaining green peafowl. The green peafowl’s population in China has fallen to less than 500, and it is listed as an IUCN Red List endangered species. The mine is located in the core zone of Konglong River Nature reserve in Shuangbai County, Yunnan Province. Outside the reserve, hydropower facilities and agriculture also threaten the green peafowl’s habitat.
China’s Last Remaining Green Peafowl Habitat Light Painting Action (Clipreel)
16 Jun, 2017
China’s Last Remaining Green Peafowl Habitat Light Painting Action (Clipreel)
China’s Last Remaining Green Peafowl Habitat Aerial video (Clipreel)
16 Jun, 2017
China’s Last Remaining Green Peafowl Habitat Aerial video (Clipreel)
China’s Last Remaining Green Peafowl Habitat Light Painting Action - Web Video (Chinese)
16 Jun, 2017
China’s Last Remaining Green Peafowl Habitat Light Painting Action - Web Video (Chinese)
China’s Last Remaining Green Peafowl Habitat Aerial - Web Video (Chinese)
16 Jun, 2017
China’s Last Remaining Green Peafowl Habitat Aerial - Web Video (Chinese)
Save the China’s Last Remaining Green Peafowl Habitat - Web Video (Chinese)
16 Jun, 2017
Save the China’s Last Remaining Green Peafowl Habitat - Web Video (Chinese)
A Big Step For China’s Green Peafowl (English Text)
10 Aug, 2017
A Big Step For China’s Green Peafowl (English Text)
A Big Step For China’s Green Peafowl (Chinese Text)
10 Aug, 2017
A Big Step For China’s Green Peafowl (Chinese Text)
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